PS3: Well I know why I can't log on!

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  1. Pure Mongrel

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    Hmmm ... all my Premium themes are listed as corrupted data, the games I purchased on the PSN store, won't work or are only in trial mode and I appear to have lost my trophies.

    Anyone else having this issue?

    I don't understand how the network being down has affected data I "presumably" host on my hard drive.

    Anyone ready to use the "V" or "H" words yet? At the very least, I am calling shenanigans! :mad:
     
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    GOD DAMN $%^&#(^%#(*&%#(^%# i just get home with Mag after being at Mongrels and seeing how good it was and this
     
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    I nominate Sony for the `You might aswell kiss me as you f$%ked me` award
     
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    GRRRRRRRRRRRR going to go to bed, hope in the morning its fixed so i can try Mag before i go to work
     
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    It is a noted problem and they 'say' they know what the issue is and have a team working on it.

    Of course it only affects those with older machines, so you could just go out and buy a nice shiney new one :twisted::eek::w
     
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    Is it just me ... or does Exploit seem a little disappointed that he can't play MAG? :eek:

    Well it does not appear to be fixed this morning ... even the news links to tell me us what the status is are down ... :biglol:

    Now why could this not have happened when I was the XBOX squad leader? I would have had a field day with this ... now I am just sad ...

    FOE must still be in bed ;)
     
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    Only news I can get access to. Sorry no times on these update :(

    I may take off from work early, buy a bucket of popcorn and sit outside an EB and watch (and take bets on) the number of people trying to trade in their fat PS3 for a slimline ;)
     
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    I got this error the other day on my slim. It occured for over an hour until I reset my router.

    When the user tries to sign-in to the PlayStation Network, the following message appears on the screen; "An error has occurred. You have been signed out of PlayStation Network (8001050F)".
     
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    :lol:

    Sony PS3 hit by the Y2K bug 10 years after everyone else fixed it!

    Hope no one is using it them to power nuclear power plants!
     
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    Yeh, this happens to me occasionally when Tel$tra have a brainfart.

    8001050F is just the generic code a PS3 gives when it can't find (or connect to) the PSN.


    Intercept them! Check model numbers and offer dudes $300 cash if it's an original-spec CECHC02.
    Then sell them on Ebay and make $500 profit when the PSN issue's fixed :D
     
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    is this problem fixed now ? havn't turned on the old phat for a couple of days.
     
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    Moved comment to the right place.

    OZ we are back in the game! :D
     
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